S2 E6: #WarAndPeace2022 February 15th Update

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Reading Taken from Penguin Classics: War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy, Translated by Anthony Briggs Part 1 Chapter 25 p 114

#WarAndPeace2022 February 15th Update Rebecca's Reading Room

S2 E6: #WarAndPeace2022 February 15, Update Photography and Reading by Rebecca Budd Music by Christian Anderson “Big Passion” #EpidemicSound https://www.epidemicsound.com/track/3KZaoOvogC/ Reading Taken from Penguin Classics: War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy, Translated by Anthony Briggs Part 1 Chapter 25 p 114

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10 thoughts on “S2 E6: #WarAndPeace2022 February 15th Update

    1. #WarAndPeace2022 is a wonderful adventure. I confess that I want to turn to the next chapter before the next day. One time, I waited until after 12 midnight to read the chapter for the following day to see what happened next ….because I couldn’t wait until morning.

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      1. If we are confessing here, I have often read another chapter as I had to know. But there are days when I don´t have time to read a chapter at all so it will all work out. If I finish ahead of schedule, I may start over as I’m sure I’ve missed things. It is so good!!

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    1. War and Peace is a wonderful surprise to me. I thought that this book would be a tedious read, but quite the contrary, it is a page turner. Many thanks for listening and for your comments. Hugs!!

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  1. As you know, I’m following this challenge, and wondered where your own comments were hiding. I’ve been rather dim. However, we’re somewhat overtaken by the current dreadful turn in events. I know this is neither the time nor the place to record this, but suddenly, I ‘got’ this book: it took me a while. I’ll continue to read, believing that it may give me, among other things, some insight into Russian culture and mores

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    1. Hi Margaret – first off, my apologies for not responding sooner to your comments. I am still reading War and Peace, even though I am posting any updates as we all hold our breaths as events unfold. Leo Tolstoy’s ability of storytelling was remarkable. In a time of complexity, tragedy and uncertainty, books are a solace, a call to action and a confirmation that life is indeed the most precious gift. I am delighted that we have come together – I enjoy our conversations!

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